TAMAR RIVER Species: Kingfish, King George Whiting. The mouth of the Tamar River resembled the spectator fleet of the Sydney to Hobart Yacht race over the weekend with anglers flocking to the area to try their luck chasing Kingfish. Sunday was the pick of the days with Anglers finding plenty of fish. Recent weeks they
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TAMAR RIVER Species: Kingfish. Last week it was all about the King George Whiting, this week it’s all about the Kingfish. With anglers taking full advantage of the Kingfish in the river over the weekend. Larger diving lures (14cm size range) trolled at a quicker speed to avoid other fish species working well. NORTH EAST
TAMAR RIVER Species: King George Whiting, Australian Salmon and Kingfish. The King George Whiting in the Tamar River was the talk of the town last week with a monster 80cm King George Whiting caught! Finding sandy patches in between the weed beds on either side of the river towards the heads an ideal place to
ST HELENS Species: Bream. Round 1 of the Tas Tournaments – Tasmanian Bream Classic was held over the weekend at St Helens. With over 150 Bream weighed in for the event it was a great success. Congratulations to all involved on running another successful event and keeping the Bream tournament scene alive in Tasmania. TAMAR
MUSSELROE BAY & EDDYSTONE POINT Species: Australian Salmon, Flathead, Crayfish, Gem Fish, Gummy and Mako Shark. Nestled in the far North East corner of Tasmania is Musselroe Bay and Eddystone Point. Often untouched due to it remoteness, but Anglers took the opportunity of a extra long weekend and made the trip. Eddystone Point did not disappoint
BICHENO Species: Albacore Tuna. The weather over the weekend left many anglers land locked, strong winds made it tough going for those who braved the seas. The water temperature on the shelf off Bicheno has hit 20 degrees and has resulted in some thick schools of Albacore Tuna being caught. Trolling the ever-faithful Halco Laser